The Last Row Podcast is thankful for two things in life: our faithful listeners and Pauly Shore! Join Drew and Badway for their Thanksgiving special, spotlighting the 1993 comedy Son in Law. The guys are talking farm life, dorm life, 90s MTV VJ transformations, Pauly’s legit acting chops, and loving Kelly Kapowski so much that it hurts.
Part 2 of The Last Row Podcast’s Spooky Season has Drew and Badway answering the kitchen cordless to discuss the 1996 classic, Scream. Topics include: the film’s contribution to mainstream horror resurgence, Sidney’s father’s blatant negligence, party fridge etiquette, and the likely awkward conversation that forms a serial killer team up.
In the debut series of The Last Row: Shorts, Drew and Badway discuss random movie and pop culture topics, and also score a villain from their early podcast library to place them on their patented “Villain Scale”. This week, the guys open by discussing their adventures in toy hunting, and wrap up by scoring the Villain from their very first episode ever, The Mighty Ducks’ Coach Reilly.
The conclusion of The Last Row Podcast’s “Predator Month” has the guys revisiting the often forgotten Danny Glover led Predator 2. Was Lt. Murtaugh a realistic and viable opponent for a Predator? Is it easier to fight a Predator in a city vs the jungle? Will a future 1997 really be littered with foreign drug warfare, and if so, will the mayor take a Ted Cruz-esque conveniently timed vacation to escape it all? Is having a Predator in your city the perfect violent crime deterrent? Finally, is Glover’s Predator weaker than Arnold’s? All of these questions, and more, will be answered! Additionally, Drew and Badway touch on the many sequels of the franchise, including the fantastic new entry, Prey.
It’s Morphin Time this week at the Last Row Podcast, as Drew and Badway reminisce on the 1995 kids hit(?) film, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie! We learn that while Drew was a big MMPR fan growing up, Badway definitely was NOT, and how this affected their respective rewatches. The guys are also talking unnecessary sky surfing, the Ivan Ooze actor having too much S#!t on him, Dulcea showing too much skin for a family movie, Zordon being a creep, and Kimberly joining the Mount Rushmore of 90s boy crushes.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, the guys finally tackle a Jim Carrey comedy in 1994’s The Mask. Hard hitting questions include: Is the feeling of being The Mask somewhat sexual? What kind of characteristics would The Mask bring out of Drew and Badway? Is Milo the best movie dog (and are golden retrievers conceited)? Did Dorian’s goons have the best collection of villain hair? We’ve got all the answers!